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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
stereotype /'stiəri'ɔskəpi/
  • danh từ
    • bản in đúc
    • sự chế tạo bản in đúc; sự in bằng bản in đúc
    • mẫu sẵn, mẫu rập khuôn
      • to portray someobody as a stereotype: mô tả như theo mẫu rập khuôn
    • ấn tượng sâu sắc, ấn tượng bất di bất dịch
    • ngoại động từ
      • đúc bản để in
      • in bằng bản in đúc
      • lặp lại như đúc, rập khuôn; công thức hoá
    Concise Dictionary
    stereotypes|stereotyped|stereotyping'stɪrɪətaɪp /'ster-
    noun
    +a conventional or formulaic conception or image
    verb
    +treat or classify according to a mental stereotype
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + noun
    a fixed idea or image that many people have of a particular type of person or thing, but which is often not true in reality: cultural / gender / racial stereotypes + He doesn't conform to the usual stereotype of the businessman with a dark suit and briefcase.
    stereotypical adjective: the stereotypical image of feminine behaviour
    + verb [VN] [often passive] ~ sb (as sth) to form a fixed idea about a person or thing which may not really be true: Children from certain backgrounds tend to be stereotyped by their teachers. + Why are professors stereotyped as absent-minded?
    stereotyped adjective: a play full of stereotyped characters
    stereotyping noun [U]: sexual stereotyping
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    ADJ.

    common, popular, traditional, usual | negative | cultural, national, racial | gender, sexual | social

    VERB + STEREOTYPE

    create, produce | perpetuate, reinforce
    Jokes perpetuate various national stereotypes.
    | conform to, fit
    Not all areas of the country fit the stereotypes of the poor north and the rich south.
    | challenge, reject
    a writer who challenges sexual stereotypes

    PREP.

    ~ about
    common stereotypes about the French
    | ~ of
    the stereotype of women as passive victims



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